Lightroom CC: Please add Full screen modes

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Lightroom CC seems not to have the full screen mode that Classic has.  It'd be great to include it here - especially for quick editing on laptop which don't have the same screen real estate as a desktop workstation might!  Shift+F is so useful in Classic, please include it in Lightroom CC!
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James Williamson

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Posted 1 year ago

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kchantraine

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I'll second that. The oversight to include this in CC is shocking and will prevent me from using it.
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stripeyjumper

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Full screen would be great, but the option to remove the horizontal UI elements (especially the search box) would help maximise the size of the photos on my small laptop.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Full Screen Preview in Lightroom CC.

Would it be possible to create a full screen preview for the photos in Lightroom CC?

In Lightroom Classic CC you can view photos full-screen by pressing "F", so it would be great to have the same feature in Lightroom CC.
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Nikolaus Schuetz

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For what it's worth, add my support to this. Not having full screen in new version almost makes this product unusable. It is an absolute and urgent necessity to get this back immediately. Seriously, what were you guys thinking?
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Patrick Mc Laughlin

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Yes! please add full screen mode! 
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Shweta Sridhar

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Its been added in the latest 1.1 version!
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kchantraine

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Can you actually see only the image, with no toolbars / framing on the sides? Can't find anything like that.
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Yes, you can. First go to Detail view (press 'D'). Then press the 'F' key.
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kchantraine

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Ah, thanks! I don't think my update had come through yet; now working :) will finally give this a better shot at replacement.